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underage kids to go to my blog. in fact, i don't think they should. if the law says if you're under 18, you can't view porn. >> reporter: but on the other hand you're also saying maybe they'll get something out of this. >> i would like to think that i'm opening up their sexual experience and being able to take their boyfriends and say hey, i saw this in a porno, i want to try this. i don't think porn should be used as an actual learning guide. >> reporter: and believe it or not, james said he knew he wanted to be a porn star ever since the day he found an old porn magazine. he was just in kindergarten. >> so here i am in kindergarten. i just learned what sex was. it all kind of just made sense. >> reporter: wait, at kindergarten? you didn't want to get in porn since kindergarten, or are you telling me -- >> yeah, i did. maybe first grade. it's this weird moment i will always remember where i was like this is what i want to be when i grow up. >> reporter: dean was even suspended once where he told a teacher he dreamed of a life in porn. the young fans tell us they're drawn to dean because he
solutions and laws that are really going to make a difference for women and are going to save their lives. >> reporter: but universal background checks, even a ban on high capacity magazines are gun control measures holly for one stands firmly against. >> nobody has the right to tell us what's good for the next person. i don't dictate what's best for your family and you shouldn't dictate what's best for my family. if you want to carry a 30-round magazine, then by golly, do it. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm juju chang outside austin, texas. >>> next up, her fierce court side attitude helped her break college basketball records. legendary coach pat summitt tells robin roberts about her toughest challenge yet. more than two years ago, the people of bp made a commitment to the gulf. and every day since, we've worked hard to keep it. today, the beaches and gulf are open for everyone to enjoy. we've shared what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. bp's also committed to america. we support nearly two-hundred-fifty thousand jobs and invest more here than anywhere else. we
and crime outweighs this concern, and that laws have determined these records must be disclosed to the public, and he told us when the person is exonerated or found not guilty, the record is removed at no charge. sofia says that was not her experience dealing with other companies. she says she explained over and over again how she was the victim and how the photos were preventing her from obtaining employment and she provided these court documents showing that prosecutors cleared her case. >> this was a wrongful arrest and the case was dismissed by the state attorney's office. >> reporter: but her picture remains published to this day. our inside expert says the real problem is the law, saying the industry would go away if authorities stopped treating booking photos like trophies. >> the police can stop this overnight. and this is the part that no one is talking about. why are we posting the mugshot of someone who simply missed traffic court? why is there a need, mr. sheriff, to post their photos? >> reporter: georgia lawmaker roger bruce is one man trying to shut down the mugsh
told "nightline" he doesn't have a problem obeying the law. >> i have a problem with being an easy target and being a likable person that lawyers think i will get him in front of a jury and people will be jealous of him. >> reporter: francis has not declared personal bankruptcy and "girls gone wild" is still in existence and steve wynn's representatives say the corporate bankruptcy twist makes no difference to them. they are chasing their money against francis personally. our wild west saga goes on. i'm nick watt for "nightline" in los angeles. >> just ahead on "nightline" my trip into the sierra nevadas for a split boarding adventure with mountain riding legend jeremy jones. >> abc news "nightline" brought to you by allstate. yeah. yeah. then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...allstate safe driving bonus check? what is that? so weird, right? my agent, tom, said... [ voice of dennis ] ...only allstate sends you a bonus check for every six months you're accident-free... ...but i'm a woman. maybe it's a misprint. does it look like a misprint? ok. what i was trying... [ voice
based on inside information. a woman worth hundreds of millions of dollars skirting the law to save just $40,000. at first in this infamous cbs interview, stewart refused to talk about it. >> i want to focus on my salad. >> reporter: then she fought the charges and lost. >> and i'll be back. >> reporter: five months in the clank. her company's stock tanked, as she told abc's cynthia mcfadden in a "nightline" interview. >> how much money? >> reporter: did i lose? it's inestimable. probably more than a billion dollars. of course. >> more than a billion dollars? >> yes. and if you add in what the company was worth, absolutely. i'm a major shareholder in the company. >> reporter: many thought she'd crumble in prison, but no. the other inmates called her m-diddy and she became their informal spokesperson. when she got out, she mounted an aggressive comeback campaign. >> i don't think i was a broken woman. i did what i had to do and came back and right into a company that had not failed, despite the wishes of some that it would. >> was it humiliating? >> no. no. no. i was never humiliated. >>
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